View Caitlin Clark's historic 3-point logo shot that broke the women's NCAA scoring record 

Caitlin Clark, Iowa guard, aimed to break the women's all-time NCAA scoring record in Thursday's game against Michigan. 

Clark accomplished this feat in under three minutes, making quick work of reaching the milestone. 

In the opening moments of the game, Clark scored with a bank shot followed by a three-pointer from the left wing. 

Shortly after, she cemented her record-breaking moment with a remarkable 35-foot shot from the Mediacom Court logo. 

The sellout crowd at Carver-Hawkeye Arena erupted in celebration as Clark secured the record. 

Clark's performance was exceptional, totaling 49 points, setting a new Iowa record, and marking her 12th career game with 40 or more points.

She showcased her shooting prowess by sinking nine three-pointers and also displayed her playmaking ability with 13 assists. 

Iowa secured a convincing 106-89 victory over Michigan, with Clark's historic achievement as the highlight of the game.

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